It’s a single estate bar from Maracaibo, Venezuela. This bar is a slight deviation from Bonnat’s classical style.
Colour and flavor add to each other with the look and aroma of red berries that characterize the origin of the cacao beans. The flavor is deep and bold, sometimes a little bit heavy like in potent red wine. Red fruits lead with a booming personality because acidity is almost absent here. Cream and fruits maintain through in classical Venezuelan fashion until intense notes of nuts take over to finish things up. It is a strong finale, very chocolaty and pleasant. The smoothness of the bar is more “organic” and not so obvious. The packaging and the bar traditionally evoke nostalgic feel, the former being ornately decorated, the latter being simply molded. This bar is a great example of how to treat this cacao, and this unity of flavor with concrete chocolate taste can last long enough to enjoy it.
cacao, cacao butter, sugar.
Weight: 100 g
Bonnat Chocolatier is one of the oldest family-owned chocolate makers in the world. They have been producing delicious chocolate for more than 130 years. They focus on the union of human expertise and natural elements in the selection of plantations and cacao beans for harvest, considering even the smallest of details such as weather cycles, the minerals in the soil, and even the sunlight. Widely known as the crème de la crème of single estate chocolates, Bonnat has earned a reputation and consecutive accolades to support the fine chocolates produced in their factory.